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by the international energy agency, they say that the oil market, we heard about supply issues because of all the new oil refining in the united states. well, it's undergoing a supply shock. their words, as production in north america continues to grow at this record pace because of fracking and other things. they expect non-opec supply alone to meet most of the world's energy demand. that is huge. also "the wall street journal" reporting the justice department is launching a criminal investigation into the irs. the information is over, of course, the agency's targeting of certain conservative groups and organizations. "after the bell" on a very busy day starts right now. ♪ ♪ david: and as the market ends the session on an up note, let's get right to today's action. dan, januarying capital markets technical research director. he says this rally still has legs, and he's got three ways that can make you money right now. also tim mull hold land is following the big movers in the pits of the cme. tim, let's start with you. again, as i was mentioning to liz, yesterday we got -- actually, it was friday
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that we're, in baseball term, bottom of the third inning in this whole energy infrastructure story here in the united states. they make turbines for production in the after market. i think that's a great play in the energy infrastructure. trinity is the same story after. it's transportation company, they do rail cars, barges for hauling gas and oil, and in the absence of meaningful pipeline expansion those are two, i think, important energy infrastructure stories that have got, that have more room to run, and they're more in the small mid cap area of the market which i like where there's going to be more acquisition activity. not to say that these two stocks could be acquisition candidates, but i think you're going to see that as a pot -- david: hey, larry, the thing that's interesting about david's picks is they do rely on an underlying economy because these are stocks that move with the economy, and today we got am i corrected numbers on the @conomy -- mixed numbers on the economy. the jobs numbers, the housing numbers disappointed. so that story is not settled, is it? >> and a third
sun. you can get ahead of the next alternative energy bubble. >> brenda: okay, toby, you like a tan. bull or bear on that. >> too late, baby, i'm a bear. neil cavuto on business up next. neil, take it way. >> neil: growing scandal surrounding the white house. grillings of white house officials plastered across the news. sounds like what's going on today, but naturally they're not talking about what's going on four decades ago to the day. hi, everyone, and welcome. i'm neil cavuto. talk about a little bit of deja vu. it's the date of the watergate hearings beginnings, beaming into tvs across america, captivating a nation and crippling a market. walwall street saw a lot of red during that summer. with several hearings on tap for this summer, are we about to see another great 1970 show all over again? to ben stein, charles payne, dagen mcdowell along with adam and charlie. charles payne. >> you know what? i'm not sure. it depends. the hearings this week started off with fireworks. they're going to continue. no doubt about that. if we look at some of these scandals, wate watergate, iran
ago. >> yeah, big inventory numbers, not in crude, but also in gasoline, and the market and energy under pressure, and then it came back so that was very surprising. there's a lot of volatility in the energy market, and part is counterintuitive. bad news is good news. bad news the economy's slowing, more stimulus. you see what's going on in japan, opened it up all the way there. there's no stopping it there. there's a lot of quantitative easing, and i think the market is volatile, and the volumes are light. that doesn't say a lot for the market so there's big gaps. every time there's a little news, goes up, back and forth, there's not a lot of volume to give it gravity. liz: i keep hearing that, volume thin, it is what it is to quote britney speers. thank you. don't fathom what's happening with the markets, we'll get you through it, but, again, well off session highs with the nasdaq negative, s&p, and russell slightly positive. we're going to watch ittclosely. individual names, netflix, op a tear, hovering around the highest level in two years, and, nicole, netflix is thee best per
grant. thanks for your time, alex. >>> the energy department released new rules for fracking on all federal lands. drillers would have to disclose chemicals they use on a public website. i'm not sure that makes a difference. most fracking takes place on private lands. >>> tony hayward, former ceo of bp making a comeback in business. heyward resigned from bp after the 2010 gulf oil spill. he is named interim chairman of the glencore strata, energy and mining giant based in london. investors booted out the last chairman of that cap in during the shareholder meeting that happened yesterday. >>> supply jumped more than expect last week and a new noaa forecast predicted hotter than average temperatures, oh, no, helped outlook for demand. you would think that would increase it. >>> up next, you want to own a gun? get ready to buy a $250,000 a insurance policy with it. we'll tell you where that could become a mandatory requirement. >>> plls if you think your phone always breaks right when the warranty expires, you think that, you're not crazy. a new lawsuit accuses apple of raketeering and
. if you look at their energy business, which relates to coal and oil, the marketing has markedly improved areas. all in all a pretty solid job from glencore stocks. >> thanks. expectations and emphasis is needed. what do you think is happening there? >> it's hardly a model of transparency. that's what occurred to me when i saw that. it's interesting. the trading side and marketing is a bit sensitive. >> how do you work out what's going on? >> i think there's a bit of guesswork involved. i suppose you've got the financials, glencore is very much bright tenberg's beast, it's putting trust in that individual and putting trust to manage. >> what happens -- you say pull up gears. are we going to see more acquisitio acquisitions? >> we would believe so. the whole idea was to create acquisitions. thus far, they've followed the script. they had ambitions to get xstrata back in. it's made it very clear reading between the lines, it's fairly clear that their key for other acquisitions. >> it's been rumored on a relatively smaller scale that they could be picking over further assets but i guess the
to come and get me now, what am i going to have to face. like i don't have the energy to do this anymore. i am so tired, i am so exhausted and i am so -- i just, i don't have anything left. and the next thing i know, i feel all these men's hands on me and i'm thinking, you know, trying to fight back and i hear a man say my name and he says jessica, and all i can think is, you know, it's such a different sounding voice, it's a voice with an american accent and he pulls the blankets away from my face and i can't see anything. it's just very dark. everything is very dark. and he says we're the american military and we're here to save you, we're here to take you home. and all i can say at that point is you're americans, like how did americans get here, because you know, i didn't hear anything, i just had no idea, just in complete shock. >> and there was a time as they're bringing you out where they thought more people were coming, and they actually all piled on top of you. >> yeah. they formed a human shield, a ring around both my colleague and i, and they asked me to lie down in the grass o
bay as examples. >> but it is to ben's point a strong foundation to have, that wind at your back, energy. >> absolutely. but they've been ramping up. they've been ramping up oil and gas. >> and diversifying. charles? >> yeah. the president went to austin. i think that's deliberately. that's a brain centered knowledge based economy that's growing rapidly. >> full of liberals. >> very liberal. >> it's the friendliest to him. >> very friendly to him down there. but listen, this should be a model r the united states. i just don't get it. forgetting about spending on defense and things like that, obviously -- >> you can't forget that. >> a pro growth economy, how to create job, how to create opportunities, renew dreams. >> the things are percolating. >> to use the term, very well, i almost fell out of my seat. we're doing very well? we created enough jobs last month that didn't even keep up with population growth! we're been celebrating mediocrity and calling it very well! >> yeah, adam, what do you think of taking notes because that's against the rules. when you said very well -- >> i was fa
, financials, tech, energy, materials have been hot for the past several weeks. it's not easy to replicate this in a single trade. the best way, use the xlf. this is the financial etfs. they fairly closely track the cyclical index that's up more than 20% this year. rotation out of consumer, into cyclicals. it's what's driving the market to new highs. now, elsewhere, big news today in etf land. fidelity investments said it received permission from the u.s. regulators to open actively managed etf. that's big news. could change the etf landscape a little bit. fidelity has been very late to the etf business. the competitors, vanguard, has moved very heavily into the space. there's very few actively managed etfs. fidelity thinks it can carve out a niche and leave the business to its competitors like vanguard. we'll see if that's a successful strategy. model etf retirement portfolios, retirement.cnbc.com. global etf portfolios, 50-year-olds, 60-year-olds, 70-year-olds had a lot of interest in this in the last few weeks. >> even kayla was taking notes on that. >> i was, i was. >> you can get etfs
on anybody, or pushing through more green energy initiatives for any one or having the upper hand on budget matters anytime soon? now, i'm not saying the president is a lame duck, but all of these scandals have left him a badly wounded one, and the more theseearings into the irs, spying, the justice department snooping and whole agencies benghazi-revising, you've got to ask yourself something: is this the week the white house proved weak? it's trying to defense the indefensible and proved even weaker. no heart what comes of these various embarrassments, this much is clear: the president's best excuse was that he was, well, out of the loop. he has gone from hands-on to hands-off, but its still going to hit his approval numbers hands down. because it is hard to pound the pulpit when you're taking a pounding in the polls. so is big gov being given the big shove? and will the political fallout have money for democrats falling short? let's ask melissa francis and bob cusack. melissa, what do you think? >> i think that every time we see a scandal like this, i want to say these are the folks you p
. i wonder if he's been on our side. there is a big waste of energy on, money and resources. again, a question of the wrong priorities is pursuing the prosecution of john edwards. i mean, you know john edwards, his career had been ruined, out of a marriage, out of a job, down in north carolina. we all know what happened to him and the dumb mistakes he made. why was it worth sending the u.s. attorney to continue this case against john edwards? he could have just dropped it. he sets the priorities. >> that's my point. >> twitter. >> on twitter, i am ready to get beat up by our friends this morning. >> we are at bp show on twitter. receipt a says bill, get your xanax and shut up. >> that's what i need. >> more drugs, masg says please shut up. however, you do have some supporters druid said i believe you are correct. i had high heath hopes for holder but he committed far too many. al friend in hr says agree 100%. it's time to replace eric holder for the no wall street prosecutions and other inactions? >> four years is plenty of time. right? >> sure. yes. >>
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the american people at risk? >> there is no way. there is so much energy against the department of justice and holder right now from the ap from the press in general. it's just from bystanders. i think this is one of the issues where the people simplepathize with the press. there is no way people are going to buy that argument until they come out and tell us what the actual substance of that investigation was and prove that point. >> yeah. find it hard to believe. it seems to me the response would have been, aren't our intelligence agencies doing a great job? we've picked up the game here we were able to find out about this and inc. felt at any rate that group and stop that attack which on could have been a disaster with hundreds of people killed. let's celebrate it. >> right. >> instead, going after the associated press for reporting it. >> i think part of the reason it's so hard to believe is for so long, the bush administrations, every story that came out that was critical against the administration, you know, either ari fleischer or scott or perino says th
of the ridiculous sequester cuts remain in place. all they're spending their time or energy on. all of this ridiculous -- scandal, scandal scandal. >> caller: you got senior citizens out here can't get one meal a day. they can't get that. you got babies that want to go to school to learn. you can't get that done. you got people that want to go to work, stephanie. can't even go to work. they're hold up all of this -- they can't get this president on anything so they're trying to scandlize it. i wish the media would focus more on that. supposed to be about the people's business. >> stephanie: kathleen, all of the stuff you just talked about it is argent. -- urgent. there are people who can't get their chemo treatment because of the sequester. and they urgently need answers about benghazi? thank you. i love you kathleen. >> caller: okay, thank you. >> because they failed to deny him a second term so now they want to make it as difficult as possible for him to -- >> stephanie: it is amazing. how it is urgent to have the 7,000th hearing about benghazi. >> stephanie: exactly. >> we can't
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